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CINCINNATI 'NEXT
BASKETBALGME
Scrimmage with Detroit "Y" Held Last
Night in Preparation for
Tilt Friday
0. S. U. HUMBLED BY STRONG
CINCY AGGREGATION, 31-17
Coach Mather is bending every ef-
fort in conditioning the Varsity bask-
etball team for its first hard struggle
of the year Friday night against the
strong University of Cincinnati five at
Cincinnati. Last night the Wolverines
practiced with the Detroit Y. M. C. A.,
and as a result of the scrimmage,
Coach Mather will be able to correct
some weaknesses the Varsity display-
ed against the Detroiters. The Kal-
amazoo Normal game was not a test
of the Wolverines' strength for the
Normal five was much weaker this
year than it has been in past seasons.
As a result, the Michigan five did
not extend itself in downing its op-
ponents.
Ohio Falls
Cincinnati, however, should prove to
be a worthy contender as it gave
evidence of its calibre against Ohio
State when it defeated the Buckeyes
31 to- 17, a short time ago. One
thing is certain and that is that the
quintet from Cincinnati is in excel-
lent shape for a battle. Against Ohio
State it was unable to make much
headway during the first half and was
trailing the Buckeyes when half time
was called, but after the opening of
the second half they litterally smoth-
ered the Scarlet and Gray attack aneI
scored shots from every angle.
If the Wolverines are able to hold
this final spurt of the Cincinnatians
they should take the game. Michigan
has a pair of guards who are per-
forming creditably and should be able
to stop, the scoring of any pair of
forwards. Captain Rea and Birks are
the men Mather is depending upon to
turn the trick and if the Wolverine
forwards can penetrate the Cincinnati
defense, Michigan's problem will be
solved.
Lack Forwards
Mather has an abundance of good
guards this season but his supply of
forwards is causing him the most wor-
ries. Cappon and Paper, men who
were counted upon to encounter little
opposition in the guard positions; are
now on the bench but are threatening
to. break into the game at any time.
Ely has solved the center difficulties

but Michigan's scoring machine will
need improvement before the Confer-
ence season opens.
Centre And Notre
Dame Meet Dec.26
Contrary to all other reports, Notre
Dame will play Centre college at San
Diego on Dec. 26. The announcement
that the proposed terms of the San Di-
ego chamber of commerce had been
definitely accepted was made late
Monday afternoon by the Notre Dame
athletic board.
However, the Notre Dame eleven
will be compelled to play minus the
services of three of its star linemen.
Charges of professionalism were madr
against Hartley Anderson, Arthur Gar-
vey, and Fred Larson and after 4
thorough investigation by the board
they were substantiated by proof. The
loss of these three regulars will ser-
iously hamper Notre Dame's chances
for success against Centre college
Practice sessions are again in vogue
and the substitutes are waging a mer-
ry battle for the three vacant berths
Harding Will Donate Silver Cup
President Harding is to give a cup
to the winner of the intercollegiate
winter sports meet to be held at the
Lake Placid club, at Lake Placid, N.
Y. , on Dec. 31. Only two represent-
atives from each college will be allow-
ed to compete in each of the events
which will include the following, a
four mile cross country ski race, a
quarter mile skating race, a one mile
skating race, and 100 yard ski dash,
and a medley relay race.

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CLASS MANAGERS, NOTICE
All class athletic managers
should report to the Intramural
office at once for instructions re-
garding the interclass basketball
and bowling schedules.

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